Foundation, Corporate & Government Relations
Goucher College is grateful for its relationship with foundation, corporate and government partners. They provide support for student initiatives and experiences, faculty research and both academic and student support service programming. Together, our foundation, corporate and government partners help Goucher fulfill its mission to provide an innovative liberal arts education and advance organizational commitments with a priority on global education, social justice and sustainability.
If you are an alumnae/i, parent or friend with connections to private or corporate foundations and have interest in supporting Goucher, please feel free to contact us!
- Image associated with "Goucher announces John A. Luetkemeyer Sr. Endowed Chair Fund in Mandarin Chinese and Asian Studies"March 2, 2021
The Luetkemeyer Chair Fund in Mandarin Chinese and Asian Studies supports the hallmark of a Goucher education – global learning.
- Image associated with "Goucher College awarded $1M in total grants from the Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative Fund"February 16, 2021
Matched by alumnae/i contributions, the Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative Fund from the Maryland Department of Commerce has awarded Goucher College $1,000,000 in grants to support an endowed professorship in integrative data analytics.
- February 9, 2021
Over the past three months, Goucher has received three separate grants from the foundation totaling more than $65,000.
- February 2, 2021
Goucher College will create the Collaborative Humanities Laboratory to enhance the study of visual, material, and historical culture using a $149,961 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant. Goucher was one of only five institutions nationwide to receive a grant from the NEH's Humanities Initiatives at Colleges and Universities.
- Image associated with "Goucher College receives $397,000 grant for education program to promote access and equity"December 1, 2020
The grant supports engagement with students, teachers, and families to enhance academic accessibility due to the COVID-19 pandemic.